Skyrmions are important in topological quantum field theory for being soliton solutions of nonlinear sigma model and magnetics for their attractive applications in information technology. Either isolated skyrmions or skyrmion crystals may exist in a given chiral magnet, but not both at the same time. When skyrmion crystals, in which skyrmions often arrange themselves into triangular lattices, can be observed in a chiral magnet, stripy spin textures in various forms appear also and even mix with skyrmion crystals. People believe that skyrmions are circular objects and stripy spin textures have zero skyrmion number. Those stripy spin textures are called anything such as spiral, helical, and cycloid spin orders, but not skyrmions. Here we present convincing evidences showing that those stripy spin textures are skyrmions, ``siblings" of circular skyrmions in skyrmion crystals and ``cousins" of isolated circular skyrmions. Specifically, isolated skyrmions are excitations of chiral magnetic films whose ground states are ferromagnetic and skyrmion formation energy is positive. When the skyrmion formation energy is negative (relative to the single domain state), condensed skyrmions are the ground states and stripe skyrmions appear spontaneously. The density of skyrmion number determines the morphology of condensed skyrmion states. At the extreme of one skyrmion in the whole sample, the skyrmion has a ramified stripe structure that maximizes the skyrmion wall length in order to lower system energy. As the skyrmion number density increases, individual skyrmion shapes gradually change from ramified stripes to rectangular stripes, and eventually to disk-like objects due to the competition between negative formation energy and stripe-stripe or skyrmion-skyrmion repulsion. At a low skyrmion number density, the natural width of stripes is proportional to the ratio between the exchange stiffness constant and Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction coefficient. At a high skyrmion number density, skyrmion crystals are the preferred states. Our findings reveal the nature and properties of stripy spin texture, and open a new avenue for manipulating skyrmions, especially condensed skyrmions such as skyrmion crystals.